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BBC News

Why sleep should be every student's priority
BBC News
Sleep is really a central part of learning,” he says. “Even though you're not studying when you sleep, your brain is still studying. It's almost like it's working on your behalf. You can't really get the full impact of the time you put into your ...



Quartz

Is it possible to catch up on sleep? Yes and no
Quartz
It's Friday and you're clocking off, and after a few sleepless nights you want to tuck yourself up early and catch up on all the sleep you've lost. But does it really work that way? During sleep our memories from the day are solidified and our brain ...
National Sleep Foundation to Launch Public Sleep Expo March 8-10, 2019 in HoustonPR Newswire (press release)

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Gizmodo

How Much Sleep Is Too Much Sleep?
Gizmodo
An entire industry—with its own spokespeople, podcasts, best-sellers, retreats, truisms, etc.—has sprung up around sleep. Give or take a contrarian or two, the message of most of this stuff seems to be that sleep is good, and that if you're not ...



Washington Post

Get more sleep, Arianna tells Elon. It's not an 'option,' he tells her in 2:30 am tweet.
Washington Post
An apparently overworked, under-rested Elon Musk rejected Arianna Huffington's recent suggestion that he get more sleep — and he did so in a tweet in the middle of the night. The Tesla chief executive told the New York Times last week that he has been ...
Elon Musk snapped back at Arianna Huffington's advice to get some more sleep in tweet he sent at 2:30 amBusiness Insider
Elon Musk should get more sleep, Arianna Huffington says. I can't, he replies in 2:30 am tweetLos Angeles Times
Elon Musk Doesn't Need More SleepBloomberg
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Live Science

Why Are Pregnant Women Told to Sleep on Their Left Side?
Live Science
Here's something to expect when you're expecting: hearing the phrase "Sleep while you can" repeated by every person you meet for 40 weeks. For pregnant mothers, that's easier said than done — especially if they're fond of sleeping on their backs or ...

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Business Standard

Poor sleep and type 2 diabetes means slower wound healing
Science Daily
The research, which appeared online in the journal SLEEP on August 11, found that overweight mice with Type 2 diabetes and disrupted sleep needed more time to heal skin wounds than mice that also had disrupted sleep but didn't have Type 2 diabetes.
Poor sleep + type 2 diabetes = Slower wound healingEurekAlert (press release)
Here's why diabetics should get proper sleepBusiness Standard

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Express.co.uk

Sleep - the best exercise to help you fall asleep faster
Express.co.uk
Keeping active is a great way to help you fall asleep at night if you're often struggling to get a good quality night's rest. Walking is one of the best ways to make yourself feel more sleepy, according to The London Sleep Centre's Medical Director, Dr ...



Lifehacker Australia

How to Get Enough Sleep in College
Lifehacker Australia
The feeling I associate most with my early college days is exhaustion. I wrote all my papers at night; I fought sleep every time a lecture got a bit dull. You can't live for years on a sleep deficit, though, so here's what I should have known from the ...

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Seacoastonline.com

Establishing a stable school sleep routine for your child
Seacoastonline.com
It is that time. The waning days of summer when everyone knows the end is near and preparations must be made. While there is often enthusiasm about shopping for supplies and organizing outfits, many adults and children alike hesitate to address what ...

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The Advocate

Help your teen get more sleep
The Advocate
ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION (NSF), teens need about eight to 10 hours of sleep every day, but only 15 percent of them get more than eight hours a night. However, Dr. Stephen Layne of East Jefferson General Hospital (EJGH) ...


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